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THE 1969-70 HAWK 





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REWORD 



^COMMON GOALS THAT OtmCRl 

iMAtJSE OF THE LACK OF IMPACTTHlt wIlTBET^RKIED BY INDI-" 

JAL VOICES. LET US, INSTEAD, UrQiTi: AS ONE, LICK OUR WOUNDS, 
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DEDICATION 





Mr. Willie S. Smith 



This edition of the Hawk is dedicated to Mr. 
Wilhe S. Smith. Coach Smith is indeed a tire- 
less and prestigious figure to all the Hawks of 
Maryland State College. 

Prior to embarking upon the Maryland State 
College scene as acting head of the Department 
of Physical Education, Coach Smith was head 
mentor of football at the Norfolk division of 
Virginia State College. 

Through Coach Willie Smith, we the stu- 
dents of Maryland State College have been 
granted freedom of expression. This year's 
recipient of our dedication is indeed a believer 
of the quotation "through freedom of expres- 
sion of ideas and thoughts, truth will prevail."" 
Through truth, we experience an open and clean 
sense of reality. Truth lifts the blinders from our 
eyes thus emanating light. Through many years 
of teachings and experiences, we have learned 
that truth is the light and that hght shall set 
man free. 





THE MANY FACES OF 
SMITTY 




DR. JOHN TAYLOR WILLIAMS 
PRESIDENT 



President John Taylor WUliams has rounded 
out his twenty-second year at Maryland State 
College. This year finds him yet resolving, build- 
ing and responding to the years of the Sixties 
and the Seventies. To be certain that the future 
of Maryland State College is secure, he is stiU 
making long-range plans. 

"A fully ((ualified, stimulating seat of learn- 
ing ... a new science building . . . preliminary 
plans have been completed and funds requested 



for a milhon-dollar auditorium ... a $300,000 
swimming pool. Landscaping ... a large new 
parking and automobile circle will be built in 
front of the Administration Building, closing the 
road which is presently in use ..." 

John Taylor WiUiams continues to rise with 
the occasion, as he has done so brilliantly in the 
past, educating in the tradition of the power of 
ideas in the college's continuing struggle for 
truth. 




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BOARD OF REGENTS 

GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND 
Marvin Mandel 

Governor Mandel was born April 19, 
1920, in Baltimore. He attended Pimlico 
Elementary School, Garrison Junior High 
School, and graduated from City CoUege in 
1937. He went to the University of Maryland 
and then to the University's Law School, 
receiving his LL.B. in 1942. 

Marvin Mandel's pohtical career began 
in 1950 when he served as a Justice of the 
Peace in Baltimore City. He was also a 
member of the Governor's Commission on 
the Municipal Court for Baltimore City. 
Governor Mandel's leadership in the Gen- 
eral Assembly was often described as 
"quiet and cautious." Although he exer- 
cised firm control of the House, he was 
always open to aU sides of an argument and 
was always willing to help fellow legislators 
with their problems. 




MARYLAND STATE COLLEGE ALMA MATER 






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MISS HAWK - LELIA THOMAS 




PRESENTS . . . 
A SHADE OF SOUL 



The Mighty Hawks Gave Last Respects at 
THE FUNERAL 




Brothers, they didn't beheve that the Hawks could do it 
all. 





Brother McMeekin has no idea that the ghost of the eagle lingers 
near. 




No excuses, it your men are eagles you've got to go. Any- 
way, we need more fuel. 



um gow-wa, we've got Hawk power! 



You must admit that he was a good eagle. 



and Rejoiced at . . 
THE BONFIRE 




Good Grief! Is that an arm I see . . . ? 




Everyone Showed Their HAWK Spirit! 




The Freshmen said it loud! We're Hawks and we're proud 



All right Ralph — cool your spirits!!! 
Sardines — Hey — and pork and beans . . . ! 




\\ ait Hunter was named ihe new Sw cclhiart ol the cheer- 
leaders! 



At the Coronation we had more BLACK BEAUTY!!! 
There were old queens . . . and new Queens!!! 





Mr. Thomas Cevis es- 
corts Miss Alpha Phi 
Alpha — Wanda Stew- 
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corts Miss Alpha Phi 
Omega — Bertina Hurley. 




Mr. Irvin Joshua escorts 
Miss Phi Beta Sigma — 
Madonna Polk. 



Mr. Tyrone Stith escorts Miss 
Omega Psi Phi — Claudine 
Finch. 




Mr. Joseph Ba- 
con escorts Miss 
A.F.R.O.T.C. - 
Juanita Davis. 



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Queens!! Black, Beautiful and Proud 





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The return of Orlando and his magnificent. "DIRTY THREE DOZEN!" 




We paraded back to the home of our alma mater 
to watch "THE MIGHTY HAWKS" in battle 




Are you certain that we walked only a mile? 



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OH! OH! I've got to go back and save Mo'D!!! 



Now didn't they blow your mind — 1969 




Don't worry about it, my man. 








AND WE LEFT . . . BUT ONLY 
TO PREPARE FOR ANOTHER 
YEAR 




DIANE HAMPTON 

MISS MARYLAND STATE 

1969-70 




The elegant First Lady of Maryland State College for 
the year 1969-70, is none other than Miss Diane Hampton 
of Washington, D.C. 

Miss Hampton is a graduate of Roosevelt Senior High 
School. Diane is a senior Art Education major who actively 
participates in the Art Club, the Year book Staff, the 
Y.W.C.A., and the Women's Council. Previously, she has 
been a member of the Home Economics Association and 
the majorette squad. She was Miss Kappa Alpha Psi at 
Maryland State College for 1967-68. 



CULTURAL ACTIVITIES 




ELEO POMARE DANCE COMPANY 



The Eleii Piiinare Dance Company was first formed 
in iy58. A major part of its purpose has always been 
"the creative utilization of Ne^ro talent and ability in 
American Modern Dance." in an effort to break away 
from confining stereotypes of "Negro" and "Primitive" 
dance. Most of the company's repertory consists of 
works for 10-15 dancers. Chamber programs like the 
present one are given in cases where technical, stage, 
or financial limitations do not permit such large-scale 
w.irks. 

About the CHOREOGRAPHER: Eleo Pomare was 
born in (;oliMnbia. South America, and was raised in 
Panama. Onlral America. He studied dance at New 
York City's High .School of Performing Arts, and has 
been dancing since the age of 16. He received a fellow- 
ship lo study with .lose Limon, (Curtis James, and Kurt 
.Ini.s iji Ccrinany. al the- Vilkswangschule. He received 
a .lohn Hay Wliilncv Fellowship to study In Europe 
from I%l-1%4. Already having formed a New York 
based dance group. Pomare formed one In Amslerdam, 
and has since pcrlonncd and taught in Euro|ie at the 
Royal Dutch Hallcl. .Scapioo Ballet. .Stockholm fni- 
vcrsity. and the First Inlcrnaticjnal Dance Seminar of 
the R(,yal Danish Ballet. In the November, 1968 issue 
of Dance Magazine. Mr, Pomarc's artistic importance 
was rccogni/i-rl in a fcalurc iolerview and his acbieve- 
rnc-nt was hou..rc,l b> ac.,scj |,li,,io. 






DIE FLEDERMAUS (The Bat) 



DIE FLEDERMAUS (The Bat) is an Operetta by Johann 
Strauss is a play centered around Dr. Falke looking for 
revenge on his friend Gabriel won Eisenstein. 

CAST 

Alfred Ronald Forsmo 

Adele Janette Moody 

Rosalinda Sheryl King 

Eisenstein Richard Davis 

Dr. Blind George Topper 

Frank Ronald Critteddon 

Dr. Falke Richard Critteddon 

Orlofsky Alice Maie Nelson 

Ivan Malcolm Zellner 

Frosch George Topper 

SUMMARY OF ACTS 

Act I The home of Gabriel von Eisenstein 

Act II Prince Orlofsky's Party 

Act III The JoUy Jail 

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LIVING MASTERPIECES 
AT CHRISTMAS TIME 



Upper Le/f-THE VISITATION: Bartholomaeus Zeit- 
blom. Portrayal: Mary — Barlanti Osman, Elizabeth — 
Linda Tyler. Upper Center-TWE IMMACULATE CON- 
CEPTION: Esteban Bartolome Murillo. Portrayal: 
Mary-Deborah Savage. Upper Right -THE MADONNA 
OF THE HARPIES: Andrea Del Sarto. Portrayal: The 
Madonna— Juanita Davis, Saint Francis — Gerald Sewell, 
John the Evangelist — Demetrius Bond. Upper Left — THE 
SISTINE MADONNA: Raphael. Portrayal: The Madonna 



— Juanita Davis, Saint Barbara — M. Leatherbury. Pope 
Sixtus — Gerald Sewell. Lower Center— THE VIRGIN 
AND CHILD ADORED BY THE CHANCELLOR 
ROLIN: Jan van Eyck. Portrayal: The Virgin — Deborah 
Savage, Chancellor Rolin — William Rice. Loiver Right — 
A CHRISTMAS CAROL: Portrayal: Choir Girl I -.Mary 
Leatherbury, Choir Girl II — Linda Tyler, Choir Girl III — 
Juanita Davis. 




DUO GUITARISTS 




LOS INDIOS TABAJARAS 




LOS INDIOS TABAJARAS has achieved inter- 
national fame and popularity through their best 
selling RCA Victor recordings, and have thrilled 
and delighted concert hall audiences on four 
continents. In three years the phenomenal 
brothers from Brazil have played hundreds of 
concerts in virtually every major city and univer- 
sity in the United States. Appearances with Ed 
Sullivan, Johnny Carson, Mike Douglas and 
.Authur Godfrey have made this colorful team 
the favorites of millions of Americans. 

The road that took these Indian brothers from 
their Tabajaras tribe in a remote and primitive 
area of Brazil to their first RCA Victor best 
seller, "'Maria Elena", was a remarkable one. 
Self-taught on a guitar they found in the jungle, 
the boys and part of their family, numbering six- 
teen, walked 3,000 miles to Rio de Janeiro, They 
continued to teach themselves, and perform, 
gaining popularity in Latin America. Their 
musical studies became intense, their unique 
style and sound developed, their fame spread, 
and RCA Victor brought them to the United 
States. With the sensational "Maria Elena", and 
the best selling albums that followed it, Los 
Indios Tabajaras have become the most popular 
and sought after guitar team on today's musical 
scene. 

Captivating the public with everything from 
primitive tribal music, Latin American favor- 
ites, and popular songs, to the familiar and be- 
loved classics by composers like Chopin, Al- 
beniz and Tchaikovsky, Los Indios Tabajaras 
cast their own personal spell with breathtaking 
virtuosity, radiant tone, and incomparable ar- 
tistry. Their unique and inspired interpretations 
cominunicate the heart of the music to the heart 
of the listener. The experience is unforgettable, 
and habit forming! 






THE COLOGNE 
CHAMBER ORCHESTRA 



The Cologne Chamber Orchestra's debut tour of the 
United States in February and March. 1969. was such a 
musical and popular success that the distinguished en- 
semble returns here in the winter of 1970 for a second 
sold-out tour. 

Helmut Mueller-Bruhl founded the Cologne Chamber 
Orchestra in 1960 in order to present concerts in the 
famed Augustusburg-Bruhl Castle, near Cologne. Built 
between 1725 and 1770, the Castle is one of the most joy- 
ful examples of the Baroque period in architecture. It was 
created by Clemens August who had an exceptional sen- 
sitivity and appreciation of the arts. 

It was the wish to fill the beautiful castle again with 



life and joy which led, in 1958, to the founding of the Bruhl 
Castle Concerts and after two seasons of concerts with 
various ensembles, Mr. Mueller-Bruhl founded the Co- 
logne Chamber Orchestra. The success of the new or- 
chestra was overwhelming and led to the establishment of 
a series of twenty-five concerts each season within the 
Castle. 

The orchestra has since toured Europe extensively, 
and has traveled to the Far East for concerts: recordings 
by the Cologne Chamber Orchestra have been awarded 
the Grand Prix du Disque and the Grand Prix du Dis- 
cophiles. 





GAIL NELSON, Soprano 



MISS GAIL NELSON, is presently appearing in the 
broadway company of Pearl Bailey's Hello Dolly, with 
Cab Calloway. She is an understudy for the ingenue lead, 
Mrs. Molloy, and for the cameo role of Mrs. Rose. Within 
the year and a half living in New York City, Miss Nelson 
has been quite active in television commercials, television 
shows for CBS and NBC, movies, leads in summer stock, 
recording for major companies, night club work and 
strangely enough, classical concerts and opera. She has 
toured with the young choral group under Columbia 
Artists Management as a soloist with the Wit/Lo Singers 
and just recently has joined the Metropolitan Opera 
Studio in New York City, which trains professional young 
singers under the auspices of the Metropolitan opera 
company. Miss Nelson is a graduate of Oberlin College. 
and received her Master's degree from the New England 
Conservatory of Music. 

Her accompanist, Mr. Donald Pratt, is a graduate of 
Oberlin CoUege and has studied at the Mozarteum in 
Salzburg, Austria. He received his M.M. degree at Indiana 
University and has completed course work for his doc- 
torate degree. A former assistant conductor at the Sante 
Fe Opera Company in New Mexico, he is presently resid- 
ing in New York City as a professional accompanist, piano 
and vocal coach and piano instructor. 




WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 




Donald Baker 




Thomas Cevis 





Ellison Brock 




Hattie Griffin 





Larry Brooks 




Bertina Hurley 




Charles Kinsiow 



Harmon Marshall 



Deborah Savajie 






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Dr. WiUiam A. Lynk 

Administrative Assistant to the President 

Professor and Head, Department of Natural Sciences 

and Mathematics 




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Dr. Howard E. Wright 
Dean of the College 



Mrs. Violet J. Wood 
Director of Admissions 
Mr. Jason C. Grant, III 
Head Librarian (Below) 





Mr. Herbert F. Olsen 

Director, College Relations (Above) 

Mr. Robert Dowery 

Head Dormitory Counselor for Men (Below) 




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Mr. Raymond A. Robillard 
Business Manager 




Dr. William P. Hytche 
Director of Student Affairs 



Reverend W. Tycer Nelson 

College Minister 

Associate Professor, Sociology 




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Dr. William M. Pender 
Director of Teacher-Training (Above) 



Main Objectives 

Maryland State College. Division of the 
University of Maryland, has as its chief 
objectives: 

1. To train the student to the end 
that he shall possess a degree of 
liberal and vocational education 
sufficient for good citizenship 
and the ability to live happily in a 
cultural society. 

2. To train students to serve the 
State of Maryland and surround- 
ing areas as community leaders, 
teachers, supervisors, and skilled 
workers. 

3. To assist the individual in devel- 
oping a foundation for graduate 
and professional study. 

4. To provide scientific information 
and other data to homemakers 
and workers in agriculture and 
industry. 

And, this is the role that we play along 
with the Faculty. 




Miss Margaret Coley 

Dormitory Counselor (Head) 

for women (Below) 




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Mrs. Ina Q. Steele 
Administrative Asst. II 



Miss Grace A. Thomas 
Asst. Registrar 




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Major Sylvester Jackson. Jr. 
Head Professor of Aerospace Studies (Left) 




THE 



FACULTY 




Dr. Moses W. Vaughn 
Professor of Agriculture 



Dr. Barrel! Smith 
Professor and Head, Department of Agriculture 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



Mr. John V. Strickland 
Assoc. Prof. Poultry 




The Department of Agriculture, in the words 
of the Land Grant College Act of 1862, aims 
"without excluding other scientific and classical 
studies ... to teach such branches of learning as 
are related to agriculture ... in such manner as 
the legislature of the states may respectively 
prescribe, in order to promote the liberal and 
practical education in the several pursuits and 
professions of life." This is the part that we 
play. 

Dr. Claud C. Marion 
Prof. Agricultural Education 









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DEPARTMENT 

OF 

AEROSPACE 



Major Sylvester Jackson. Jr. 
Head and Professor of Aerospace Studies 



Captain Jesse H. Rosenblum 
Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies 



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S/SGT. R.jnald Irvin 
Staff Sergeant, AFROTC 



SGT. Donald F. Blakeley 
Personnel Technician 



The specific objectives of the AFROTC pro- 
gram at Maryland State College are to develop 
an interest in the Air Force and an understand- 
ing of its organization, missions, problems, and 
techniques. To develop the attributes of char- 
acter, personality and leadership which are 
indispensable to an educated, responsible citi- 
zen. And to provide a balanced course of instruc- 
tion which will qualify selected cadets to dis- 
charge the duties and responsibilities of a junior 
officer in the United States Air Force. This is 
our role. 

Tom: Ha man. you are on the wrong foot. 

Sam: I'm not wrong, everyone else is on the wrong foot 

acept Joe and me. See. he"s on the same foot that 

I'm on. 





Mrs. Delores W. Taylor 
Instructor, Business Education 



Mr. Dayananda Y. Pakkala 
Instructor, Business 




Dr. Shekar S. Kaup 
Professor and Head, Department of Business 



Mrs. Betty E. J. Miles 
Lecturer, Business 



DEPARTMENT OF 
BUSINESS 



The Department of Business is designed to 
prepare teachers of business subjects, personnel 
for stenographic, secretarial positions, person- 
nel for accounting, salesmanship and other 
specialized positions. It is also designed to pre- 
pare students to undertake graduate study, to 
become owners-managers of small business 
enterprises and to assume managerial, super- 
visory, administrative, executive and other re- 
sponsible roles. 







Dr. Youra T. Quails 
Head, Department of English and Languages 




DEPARTMENT 
OF ENGLISH 



The objectives of the Department of En>i- 
hsh and Lan<iua>ies are to serve as a service 
unit f(»r the other departments of the college. 
To provide opportunity for students to secure 
a general education and to enable individuals 
to develop a foundation for the profession or 
vocation of their choice. And, to train the stu- 
dent in the acceptable use of the spoken and 
written work to the end that he will acquire 
facility in and appreciation for reading, re- 
search and communication. This is the role 
that we play. 




Mr. James A. Polk 

Asst. Professor, English 

Mrs. Dawn E. Bartels 

Lecture, English & Language 

Mrs. Mary F. Burks 

Assistant Professor, English (Bottom Left) 

Mr. Samuel Allen 

Guest Speaker (Bottom Right) 




AND LANGUAGES 




Wir woUen vorlaufig ganz im 
Rahmen der Newtonschen Me- 
chanik bleiben, nur die Aus- 
drucksweise wollen wir der Rela- 
tivitatstheorie anpassen. 




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Mrs. Lilia M. Wallace 

Instructor, Home Economics 

Miss Alethia A. Elps 

Asst. Professor, Clothing (Below) 



DEPARTMENT OF 
HOME ECONOMICS 

The Department of Home Economics 
offers a realistic functional approach to 
learning. The scientific courses with varied 
programs give the students "Science with 
Practice." 

Home Economics contributes to a back- 
ground in homemaking; personal and family 
living: student teaching: mental, physical, 
social and spiritual development, and may 
prepare one for gainful employment. And, 
this is the part in the program that we play. 




How lovely, and there's a lovely bug on that apple. 
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Miss Mira S. Barot 

Lecturer, Home Economics 

Mrs. Devenia P. Wallace 

sst. Professor, Home Economics 




When the moon is in her seventh house, and Jupiter is 
Hned with Mars . . . Ha Man, what's the next line? 



DEPARTMENT OF 
MUSIC 



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AIN'T IT FUNKY NOW, Hit it. (Above) 

Miss Alma Gregg 
Assistant Professor, Music 




Dr. Gerald W. Johnson 
Professor and Head, Department of Music 

The objectives of the Department of Music 
are to contribute to the cultural life of the cam- 
pus and community. To provide experience for 
the general college student who may not have a 
special vocational interest in music. And, to pro- 
vide basic experiences that will prepare the tal- 
ented or qualified student for further vocational 
study. Also to train and prepare students to 
teach music in secondary schools. This is the 
part that we play. 




Mr. Robert C. Merritt 
Lecturer, Music 





Mr. James A. Sullivan 
Instructor, Mech. Arts 




I better not breath on it too hard be- 
cause it may fall down. 



Mr. Joseph Satehell 
Asst. Professor, Art Department 







Mr. Jimmie Mosely 
Asst. Professor, Art Department 




Now Blanch, stop tracing the picture and draw it free 
handed. (Above) Tve measured these bricks seven times, 
now if this isn't ri<;ht. 1 (luit. (Below) 



DEPARTMENT OF 
MECHANIC ARTS 

The Department of Mechanic Arts, in the 
words of the Land Grant College Act of 1862, 
aims "without excluding other scientific and 
classical studies ... to teach such branches of 
learning as are related to . . . the mechanic arts, 
in such manner as the legislatures of the states 
may respectively prescribe, in order to promote 
the liberal and practical education of the indus- 
trial classes in the several pursuits and profes- 
sions in life." 

The Department offers Curricula in Art 
Education, Building Construction and Industrial 
Arts Education. 




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the camera before it multi- 
plies. 



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Now. l"ll lean over 
here close to Mr. 
Thomas so he will 
think I am interested 
in learning about this 
thing. 




Mr. Theodore Briggs 
ssoc. Professor, Building Construction 




What is that Billy? I'm making a 
monument of your . . . (Above) 
Col. Leon F. Punsalan 
Asst. Professor, Mech Arts (Below) 



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Mr. Richard H. Thomas 

Asst. Professor, Acting Head Mechanic Arts Dept. (Above) 

Mr. John J. Donlan 

Asst. Professor, Mech. Arts (Bottom Right) 




DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL 




SCIENCES 



The objectives of the Department of 
Natural Sciences and Mathematics 
are to develop in the student an appre- 
ciation for the contributions which sci- 
ences and mathematics made in pres- 
ent day civilization. To help students 
develop scientific methods of reason- 
ing. To prepare students for teaching 
in the various areas of sciences and 
mathematics on the secondary school 
level. And, to give students a back- 
gi'ound for graduate and professional 
study. 



Dr. James Abiam 

Associate Professor of Biology (Above) 

Mr. William O. Hull 

Asst. Professor, Natural Science-Math (Below) 




Ninety-nine and one-half, I've ^ot tii get one-hundred (Bottom Left) 

Miss Ethel K. Ensey 
Instructor Biology 



Mr. Joel C. Mack 
Asst. Professor, Math 

Well, I'll study this Biology so that I won' 
have to give Miss Ensey a grave yar 
response. 






AND MATHEMATICS 



Mr. Vernon E. McCain 

Asst. Professor, Math; 

Dir. of Athletics 





One the one is two, now 
how does that grab you. 



I'll write on this board trying to im- 
press them people sitting in those 
chairs. 



Miss Patricia A. Murphy 
Instr., Math 




Miss Deretha W. Rainey 
Instr., Chemistry 

Let it all hang out into the Mathematics square, if there is 
one. 



I want this to be the last day that you students come in here 
after you have been drinking that Cold Duck, the smell is all 
in the air. 




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Asst. Professor, Acting Head, Physical Education Department 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION 

The Department of Physical 
Education offers both service 
and professional programs. The 
service courses attempt to meet 
the needs and interests of the 
general student in the different 
areas of the college. The objec- 
tives of the Department are to 
develop the individual through 
physical activities. To develop 
constructive attitudes toward 
physical activity and particularly 
toward play. To develop stand- 
ards of conduct, and to prepare 
teachers for the teaching of Phy- 
sical Education in secondary 
schools. This is our role in the 
academic program, to see that 
this is carried out. 





Mr. Vernon E. McCain 

Director of Athletics (Below right) 

Mrs. Lois Smith 

Instructor, Physical Education (Below Left) 

Oh man, I better move my hands fast because I don't 

know what I'm doing. (Below) 






Mr. R((bert Dowery 
Instructor, Physical Education 




Mrs. Lois Smith 

Instructor, Physical Education 

Ho-o-o, this leg is kilhng me (Below) 



Mr. Joe R. Robinson 

Head Basketball Coach 

Mr. Clifton J. Anderson (Below) 

Track Coach; Asst. Football Coach; 

Instructor Physical Education 





Mr. Robert F. Taylor 
Head Football Coach (Below) 



You must come to me before you even smell the 
inside of that gym, you students are all alike, all you 
want to do is play ball, (Below) 






Dr. John E. McGuigan 

Head, Department of Social Sciences (Left) 

Mr. George R. Kent 

Asst. Professor, History (Right) 

DEPARTMENT OF 
SOCIAL SCIENCE 

The Department of Social Sciences has the 
following objectives: To develop an awareness 
of the basic cultural background of our heritage. 
To aid students who wish to teach history and 
the social sciences at the secondary and college 
levels. To aid students who may choose careers 
in such specialized fields as journalism, re- 
search, government service, welfare work and 
archival work. And, to assist students who plan 
to seek higher degrees. 




Reverend W. Tycer Nelson 

Assoc. Professor, Social 

Science (Below Left) 

Mr. Mark Schulman 

Instructor, Social Sciences 

(Above Left) 

Dr. George W. Starling 

Assoc. Professor, Social 

Sciences (Right) 



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Asst. Prof. Education 



Mr. John L. Bond 
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THE LIBRARY STAFF 




Mr. Jason C. Grant III 
Head Librarian 



Miss Charletta House 
Assistant Librarian 



Miss Jessie M. Cottman 
Asst. Librarian 



Mr. Joseph A. Boyce 
Assistant Librarian 





Mrs. J. Holden 
Assistant I 



Miss Lucille Cottman. Library 
Assistant I 





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Mrs. (;ail M. Briddel 
Telephone Operator 



Miss Barbara Lane 
Secretary 



Mrs. G. Annett'e Mann 
Clk. Typist 



Mrs. Brenda D. Ray 
Coordinator, Financial Aid 



Mr. Raymond Robillard 
Business Manager 




Mr. J. Leon Gates 
Accountant 



BUSINESS OFFICE STAFF 




DINING HALL STAFF 




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Clerk I 
Mr. Raleigh L. Bowen (Right) 
Food Service Director 
Mr. Andrew Cottman, Mrs. L Wilson, Mr. J. S. 
Jones, Mr. J. W. Rhodes, Mr. R. R Polk. Standing 
r to I: Mr. B. Black, Mr. O. Hawkins, and Mr. R. L. 
Bowen. 





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Asst.. Admissions 



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M. D. Physician 




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Secretary 







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Clk., Typist, III 

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Asst. Manager, Student Union 




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Matron 






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Secretary I 



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Clk.-Typist III, Admissions 




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Post Office L 



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Clk.-Typist 



Mrs. Ruby H. Lynk 
Asst. Dir., Upward Bound 




Miss Ann Howard 
Secretary I 




Mr. Samuel N. Hutchins 
Data Processing 




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Secretary I 





Mrs. Carolyn Mitchell 
Nurse I 



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Cashier 



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IN MEMORIAM 





MR. ROBERT H. BEASLEY 

PHYSICAL PLANT 

I957-I969 



HAWK STAFF 





Typist Marion Stanley and Editor Charles Richardson contest and authenticity and 

exactness of their work. (Left) 

Typist Jackie Gill and Assistant Editor Joanne Johnson 

take a well deserved break from their tasks. (Below) 

Associate Editor Donald Whittington gives pointers to Sports Editor Jackie 

Bryant and Editor and Chief Charles Richard-nii i Mi.nt) 



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"WE TRY 
HARDER" 



Assist Sports Editor Nancy Allen and Sports Editor Jackie Bryant marvel 
over their accomplishments. Mr. Bryant and Miss Allen have done won- 
ders to this year's Sports section. (Right) 



Associate Editor Donald L. Whittington and Assistant Editor Joanne 
Johnson look over layouts and map out forthcoming details. As in any 
superior product, we maintain and strive toward perfection. For our 
motto we have chosen a well known phrase, '"We try Harder", because 
dedication and self motivation are essential in obtaining any honorable 
and desirable result. (Left) 




Left to Right — Joanne Johnson along with Charles Richardson — Editor- 
in-Chief, and Jacquelyn Gill — Secretary, observes the changes that 
have been made on one of the cover pages. (Below) 




SCIENCE CLUB 




Left to right: First Rotv: Thomas Cevis. William Showell. 
David Wilson. Second Row: Orvin Elliot. Larry Brooks. 



tieorge Wright, Donald Hooker. Third Row: Obie Barnes, 
Alphonso Davis. Richard Walls. 



BETA KAPPA CHI 




Left to right: First Row: Ellison Brock, Grace Thomas. Dr. 
Bonner, Minja Moon, Thomas Cevis. Second Row: Irvln 



Joshua, Rotan Lee, Larry Brooks, Donald Baker, Charles 
Kinslow, Dr. James Abram, Advisor. 



YMCA 




Left to right: Kneeling: Ellison Brock. Standing: Fred 
Thomas. James Cornish, John Borden, Lloyd Mitten, 



Charles Richardson, Donald Banks. Ralph Thomas 
Frederick Grant. 



YWCA 




Left to right: Brenda Fleming. Henrietta Deshieids. Vir- 
ginia Carter, Patricia Elliot, Glenda Mack, Linda Basker- 
ville. Doretha Phillips. 



FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA 



Left to right: First 
Row: Charles Black- 
well. Dvvight Waters, 
Benjamin Titus. Is- 
sacs Haywood. Sec- 
ond Row: Irving 
Joshua. Stephen 
Smith. Eric Herman. 
Donald Sampson. 




HOME ECONOMICS 
CLUB 



Sitting: Peggy Watson, Evelyn Duckery 
Standing: Lucy Wright, Lois Young. 



LE CERCLE FRANCAIS 



Left to right: Tyrone 
Stith, Claudine Finch, 
Carol Boyce, Edie 
Cooke, Kaylene 
Finch, and advisor, 
Remo Farrante. 





ENGLISH 
CLUB 



Left to right: First Row: Edie Cooke. 
Michael Woodland, Kaylene Finch. Carol 
Boyce, Claudine Finch. Second Row: 
Pamela Gill, Joseph Thomas. Glenda 
Mack, Joseph Bacon, Tyrone Stith. Third 
Row: Johnny Showell, Jay Johnson. Ricky 
Queen, Mark Freeman. Charles Cuyjet. 



M CLUB OFFICERS 




Left to right: First 
Row: James Morjian, 
Thad Stevenson. 
Jackie B ryant. Sec- 
ond Row: Melvin 
Fowlkes. Gerald 

Irons, James Lewis, 
Joseph Williams. 



AFROTC OFFICERS 



Left to right: Mich- 
ael Hoy, Stewart 
Elzey, Donald Bak- 
er. Harry Taylor, 
William Nixon. 




INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB 



Left to right: Kneel- 
ing: Douglas Walls, 
Fletcher Scott. Terry 
Plater, and Joseph 
Wilkinson. Standing: 
John Wright. Fred- 
erick Grant, (ieorge 
Wright, Edward 
Swanson, Rudolph 
Carter, Herbert Corn- 
ish, Bill Washington. 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB 




Left to right: Sit- 
ting: Francis Stap- 
les, Juanita Fisher, 
Leslie Johnson, 
Delores Cook, Eliz- 
abeth Smith, 
Gloria Sampson. 
Standing: Second 
Row: Charles Bos- 
ton. Artis Palmer, 
Jean Washington, 
Jimmy Coates, 
Cleveland Com- 
mander. Third 
Row: Vernon Ston- 
er, John Stump, 
Tyrone Henton, 
McKinley Hayes, 
Horace Gatewood. 



CLEFTERS 




Left to right: First 
Row: Cynthia Thom- 
as. Pamela Schiller. 
Second Row: John 
Bradford, Ben 

Grimes, Conrad 
Smith. 



MEN'S SENATE OFFICERS 



Left to right: Ben 
Grimes, Thomas 
Ce vis , George 
Wright, Harry 
Wimbush, Har- 
mon Marshall, Ty- 
rone Galloway, and 
Vernon Stoner. 




INTERNATIONAL CLUB 




Left to right: First Row: Balenti Osman, Evelyn Duckery, 
Pamela Gill, Carole Boyce. Second Row: Elroy King, Hen- 



rietta Deshields, Emmanuel Acquah, Sharon Hewitt. 
Melvin Fowlkes. Third Row: John Jones, Orrin Moore. 



BLACK AWARENESS MOVEMENT 




Left to right: Seated: John Borden. Toni Bennett. Sandy 
Williams. Van Rigsby. and Steve Jones. Standing: Charles 



Richardson. Michael Johnson. Bob Martin. Rick White. 
Benny Prather, Clem Jones and Lloyd Mitten. 



WESLEY FOUNDATION 




Left to right: First Row: Angela Purnell, Debbie Purnell, 
Mary Leatherbury, John Jones. Second Row: Anthony 



Gidens, Charles Richardson, Henry Lewis, James Lewis, 
Paul Jones, John Jones. 



STUDENT LEADERS 




Left to right: First Row: Madonna Polk — English Club, 
Edith Aydlett-Phi Beta Lambda. John Borden -Black 
Awareness Movement, Alice Davis — Zeta Phi Beta, Terry 
Plater — Industrial Arts Club. Carole Boyce — Le Cercle 
Francais. Second Row: Tyrone Stith — Omega Psi Phi, 
EUison Brock — YMCA, Mary Leatherbury — Wesley 
Foundation. Thomas Cevis — Alpha Phi Alpha. Third Row: 
Isaac Hemphill — Physical Education Club, Beverly 
Orr — Gamma Sigma Sigma, Glenda Mack — YWCA, Bar- 
bara Eure — Delta Sigma Theta, Veronica Gerald — Ivy 
Leaf Club, Emmanuel Acquah — International Club, 



Frederick King — Freshman Class. Fourth Row: Fred 
Thomas — Chess Club, Donald Baker — Kappa Alpha Psi 
and Alpha Kappa Mu, John Bradford — The Clefters, 
Charles Richardson — Editor, "The Hawk" and Junior 
Class, Vernon Stoner — The Men's Senate, Irvin Joshua 
— Phi Beta Sigma. Orlando McElroy — Panhellenic Coun- 
cil. Fifth Row: Charles Kinslow — Beta Kappa Chi Scien- 
tific Society, Dwight Mack — Sophomore Class and Scrol- 
ler Club, Conrad Smith — Maryland State College March- 
ing Band. 



PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 




Left to right: Joe Wilkinson — Omega Psi Phi, Edith Ayd- 
lett — Alpha Kappa Alpha, Claudine Finch — Delta Sigma 
Theta, Madonna Polk — Zeta Phi Beta. Second Row: Or- 
lando McElroy — Kappa Alpha Psi. Carol Bruce — Delta 
Sigma Theta, Pat Reed — Alpha Kappa Alpha, Alice 



Davis — Zeta Phi Beta, Russell Haywood — Kappa Alpha 
Psi. Third Row: Larry Brooks — Alpha Phi Alpha, Fred- 
erick Grant — Alpha Phi Alpha, Irvin Joshua — Phi Beta 
Sigma, Tyrone Stith — Omega Psi Phi. 



ALPHA PHI ALPHA 




Left to right: First Row: Frederick Grant. Thomas Cevis. 
Sweetheart — Wanda Stewart. Harry Winbush, Luther 
Stump. Second Row: Harmon Marshall, Larry Brooks, 



Orvin Elliot. Ralph Thomas. Johnny Penn. Donald Smith. 
Third Row: Thomas Wilson. John Wright. Tyrone Gallo- 
way. Burlie Frink. 



Alpha Phi Alpha, a fraternity originally es- 
tablished for Negro College inen, was founded at 
Cornell University on December 4, 1906. It was 
the first intercollegiate Greek letter fraternity 
established for Negro men. Since its conception 
more than 35,000 men have been initiated into 
this "glorious bond". Alpha Phi Alpha has been 
interracial since 1945. 



Ever aware of the magnetic appeal of our 
inotto, "First of all, servants of all. we shall 
transcend all." it has been an endeavor of Alpha 
Phi Alpha to make this axiomatic truth a living 
reality. Further, we have always held as its 
most influential attributes, manly deeds, schol- 
arship and love for all mankind. The Delta Nu 
Chapter at Maryland was founded in 1950. 



SPHINX CLUB 
PLEDGE CLUB OF 
ALPHA PHI ALPHA 




Seated: Sweetheart Vikky Williams. Standing: John 
Jones, Raymond Showell, Tyrone ElUot, Donald Banks, 
Charles Kinslow, Joseph Thomas. 



GAMMA XI CHAPTER 
KAPPA ALPHA PSI 




Front and center: Hufili Polk. Clock-wise: Micluul Ho\ . I.aiiiont ,)<ilins(in. ( ionrad Smith. Gerald 
Irons, Donald Baker, Melvin Fowlkes, Olis Wrijilit, Dwight Mack, Michael Woodland, Larry 
Slaughter. Russell Haywood. Dead Center: Orlando McElroy. 



SCROLLERS 

CLUB 

PLEDGE CLUB 

OF 

KAPPA ALPHA PSI 




Left to right: James Boaz, Melvin Fowlkes (A big brother), 
Randolph Smith. Standing: Henry Lewis, McKinley Phil- 
lips, Anthony Giddens (President), Carl Cawthorne, James 



Lewis, Paul Jones, Williard McCullough, Charles Rich- 
ardson. 



PI EPSILON CHAPTER 
OMEGA PSI PHI 




Left to right: Kneeling: Charles Cujet. Sweetheart — 
Claudine Finch. Donald Hooker. Standing: Joe Wilkin- 
son, Douglas Walls, Herbert Cornish, David Jenkins, 



Mark Freeman. INnme Stitli. Hen (rriiiiines. Edward 
Swanson. Bill Washington, Everett Woods. 



LAMPADOS CLUB 

PLEDGE CLUB 

OMEGA PSI PHI 




Left to right: Joseph Commander and James Coates. 



ALPHA MU CHAPTER 
PHI BETA SIGMA 




Left to right: Irvin Joshua and Alphonso Davis. 



Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. was founded at Howard University in 
1914, by three honcjred men, Charles I. Brown, Leonard F. Morse, and A. 
Langston Taylor. The purpose for which Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity was founded 
are to develop and translate into functional realities the ideals of brotherhood, 
service, and scholarship and to promote the general welfare of all humanity. 

Alpha Mu Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity was founded on Mary- 
land State's campus in 1950. Over the years its members have upheld the 
m(»rto of the fraternity, "Culture for Service, and Service for Humanity." 



CRESCENT CLUB 

PLEDGE CLUB 

OF 

PHI BETA SIGMA 




Left to right: David Wilson and Richard Walls. 



RHO OMICRON CHAPTER 

ALPHA PHI OMEGA 

NATIONAL SERVICE FRATERNITY 




Kneeliiifi: l'liilli|i ^utl;J.^. Anthony Watson. Jay Johnson. 
Standing: Jinimie Odom. Rudolph Carter. CHfford Green. 
Leroy Mack. James Lunnerinan, Wendell Brady, Mark 



Freeman. Michael Woodlaiul. George Jackson. Johnnie 
Showell. Curtis McMeekin. Glenn Turner, Ike Hemphill. 
Demetrius Bond, Louis Finney. 



BETA CHAPTER 
TAU ALPHA EPSILON 



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Left to right: First Row: Robert Gaskins — Advisor, George 
Le Compte, Clyde White, Edwin Turner, Gordon Wheat- 
ley, Archie Draper. Anthony Wheatley. Second Row: 
Steve Jones, William Roberts, Sherwood Pinder, Cleve- 



land Commander, James Cornish. Third Row: William 
Nixon. Reuben Matthews, Lannie Seymour. Warren Ed- 
wards. Fourth Row: Robert Martin, Thomas Sutton, Harry 
Taylor. 



ETA BETA CHAPTER 
ZETA PHI BETA 




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Left to right: Catherine Deshields, Madonna Polk and Alice Davis. 



ARCHONIAN CLUB 
PLEDGE CLUB 

OF 
ZETA PHI BETA 




Left to right: Virginia Porter, Rosalind Leatherbury. 



ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER 
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 




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First Row: Betty Gordon, Edith Aydlett, Carol Ambush. 
Center: Antoinette Bennett, Virginia Carter, Cecilia 



Evans. Back Row: Dianne Moore, Patricia Reed, Wanda 
Stewart, Ina Q. Steele, Pamela Gill. 



Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, the first Greek- 
letter sorority among Negro College women, 
was founded at Howard University, Washing- 
ton, D.C., on January 16, 1908. Their purpose 
for organizing was "to cultivate and encourage 
high scholastic and ethical standards, improve 
the social status of the race, promote unity and 



friendship among college women and to keep 
alive within the alumnae an interest in college 
life and progressive movement emanating there- 
froin." The Alpha Omicron Chapter of Alpha 
Kappa Alpha Sorority was founded at Maryland 
State College in 1951. 



ALPHA MU CHAPTER 
DELTA SIGMA THETA 




Left to right: Juanita Davis, Thelma Watsoir, Joan Burse, 
Claudine Finch, Kaylene Fincii, Barbara Delk, Bertina 
Hurley, Barbara Eure, Sweetheart — Bill Washington, 



Evelyn Duckery, Hattie Griffin, Edith Cooke, JoAnne 
Mitchell, Diane Lane, Carole Boyce, Carol Bruce. 




COLONY OF GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA 




Top to bottom: First Row: Beverly Orr-Pres., Virginia 
Carter, Lutrica Elliot, Lavonne Matthews, Linda Baker- 



viile, Alfreda Foster. Second Row: Belinda Wildy, Sharon 
Holland, Mary Jones, Patricia Reed. 



Gamma Sigma Sigma Service Sorority came 
about when a group of girls of Drexel Institute 
of Technology heard that a group of girls known 
as the Omega Service Sorority of Boston Uni- 
versity were hoping to find other college service 
groups in order to bind the groups together in a 
national service organizltion. The name Gamma 
Sigma Sigma appealed to the girls and was 
adopted for the Sorority because of the cominon 



usage of GS standing for girls service sorority. 
Gamma Sigma Sigma Service Sorority had its 
beginning on January 1, 1953. The purpose of 
this organization is to assemble college and uni- 
versity women in the spirit of service to human- 
ity. Gamma Sigma Sigma renders service to the 
school, the community and the nation. The 
Maryland State Colony of Gamma Sigma Sigma 
was founded in April of 1968. 



VETERAN'S CLUB 




Top to bottom: Lloyd Mitten. Levi Baylock, Fred King, 
Walter Brock. Second Row: James Henry, Edward Jordan 
and Harry Miller. 



STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS 




Left to right: First Row: Dr. William P. Hytche, advisor, 
Gloria Thimipson. Edie Cook. Lawrence (Duke) Acker, 
Pres., Antoinette Bennett and Juanita Davis. Second Row: 



Bertina Hurley, Lelia Thomas, and Philip Suggs. Third 
Row: Randolph Scott. Ralph Thomas and Otis Wright. 



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Seated left to right: Charles Steadman. Thaddeus Stev- 
ens. Sherman Perkins. Thomas Owens, Ben Simpson. 
Henry Shropshire. Warner Robertson. Edmund Carring- 
ton, Charles Reamon. Waher Baker. First Row: James 
Strong. Obie Barnes. Michael Beard. Renard Pitts. Ger- 
ald Irons. Mack Alston. Joe WilHams. Charles Minters. 
\^ayne Whye. Irvin Hay. Joe Williams. Second Row: 






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Earnest Dates, Anthony Giddens. Conrad Spence. Regi- 
nald Reddick. Horace Gatewood. Richard Wilkins. Robert 
Wright. Kenneth Hines. George Jackson, Moses Denson. 
Roger Brown. Rickey Cason. Third Row: Lawrence 
Acker, Art Laster, James Saunders, Donald Wesley. 
Timothy Harvey, Ronald Gray. Jerome Boston. Artis 
Palmer. Vincent Davis. Richard Brown. Walter Hunter. 



THE DYNAMIC HAWKS 



Bloody But Unbowed 

The Hawk traditionally flies high but the 
1969-70 football season saw the Hawks of Mary- 
land State paralyzed. New management, tougher 
competition and injuries were innovations for 
the season. Under the supervision of Rookie 
Head Coach Bob Taylor, the Hawks appeared 
sharp and professional as they whipped Franklin 
and Marshall College in a pre-season game. In 
regular season play the Hawk, a bird who rarely 
falls prey, fell prey and was overcome by such 
inferiors as: Central State, Norfolk State, North 
Carohna A&T University, Morgan State, Vir- 
ginia State, North Carolina Central and Prarie 
View. Nevertheless, they managed to win one 
game and its occurrence was quite unique. 

The Hawks sporting a winless season with 
one game left to play travelled to Delaware 



State for their last grid endeavor. There they 
managed to muster up enough "espirit de corps" 
to win their football finale — and yes, the victory 
was sweet. 

It was, however, a peculiar year despite the 
teams inability to put it aU together there were 
numerous individual accomplishments. Warner 
Robertson led the nation in punting. Gerald 
Irons, Mack Alston and Art Laster were all 
drafted by the pro teams. 

The past was dim but the future looks bright. 
Veterans Moses Denson, Warner Robertson, 
Henry Shropshire and Ernest Dates will team 
up with other gridders as the Hawks seek re- 
venge. Besides, what better time is there to win 
a championship than 1970 the beginning of a 
new decade? Let's go Hawks!!! 



PRO DRAFTEES 1969 




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Top left: Art Laster, senior drafted by the Oakland Raid- 
ers in the fifth round. 

Top right: Gerald Irons, senior drafted by the Oakland 
Raiders also, but in the third round. 

Bottom right: Mack Alston, senior drafted by the Wash- 
ington Redskins in the eleventh round. 








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Seniors. Kneeling left to right: Obie Barnes, Thaddeus 
Stevens, Joe Williams, George Jackson, Sherman Per- 



kins. Standing: Kenneth Hines, Mack Alston, Art Laster, 
Robert Wright, Gerald Irons, Lawrence Acker. 



"Look here my man, you got to get your body in shape!" 





What in the hell is goin' on! 



"Trucii" Jackson powers his way to 
pay dirt. 








Seated left to right: James Odum. Anthony Winder. Gor- 
man Johnson. Benn Simpson, WilHam Thompson. Ulysses 
Dawkins. First Row: Lewis Jones. Tyrone Galloway. Stew- 



art Elzey. Thomas Cephas. Kim Hall. Thomas Stewart. 
Second Row: George Stewart. Wayne Cropper. Tom Lord, 
Vernon W illiams. Rotan Lee. Gonzalee Mathews. 



Maryland State's Baseball Team did well 
last season. The team should do well again in 
1970. 

Coach Harold "House" Gray will take charge 
of the team. He vows that his players will go all 
out. The team is basically a young one with only 
a few returning seniors. However, there won't 
be a lack of confidence because all of the mem- 
bers are capable of doing it. 



A returning Infield coupled with an experi- 
enced Outfield should supply the requirements 
for a strong, sturdy defense and good hitters 
plus lots of hustle should come in handy on 
offense. 

Good luck Hawks in 1970 and good luck 
Coach Gray. 




Wayne Cropper slides into home plate. 




Kim Hall, No. 2, makes it on time against Norfolk State. 



A Hawk slides in. 




Standing left to rinht: John Borden, Clem Jones, Larry 
Jones, Robert Martin. Warren Edwards. Second Row: 
Aaron Walker, Art Wheelings, Plymouth Williams. Reu- 



ben Matthews. Ronald Handy. Third Row: Vernon Stoner, 
Gregory Jordan. John Lundy, Vincent Davis, Andrew 
Anderson. 



Maryland State sports a young Track Team 
this year. This is the year for reconstruction. 
Last year's team faired well placing fifth in the 
CIAA.OutstandingreturneeisBob Martin, ahigh 
ranking Javelin thrower, who managed to finish 
second in the CIAA. Also, we have Vernon 
Stoner, the team's only returning senior. Other 



returnees are quarter-miler Vincent Davis and 
dasher John Borden. 

Coach Anderson has his work cut out, but 
we're confident that 1970's team will do it. 
They're young and full of spunk. 

Good luck and let's run them into the ground 
HAWKS. 





Runners take your mark-get set-go. 



Reuben and John prepare to leap. 



Bob and Fellow doin' their thins 




Powerful Hawk's relay team. 





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Kneeling left to right: Steve Harris, Reggie Butler, Kirk- 
land Hall, Thomas Stewart, John Foster. Standing left to 
right: Jake Ford, Robert Kearney, Melvin Fowlkes, James 

The Hawks of Maryland State razzled and 
dazzled their opponents in their 1969-70 cam- 
paign. It was a season of success, it was a sea- 
son of mystery. 

Led by starters Reggie Butler, Thomas Stew- 
art, Jake Ford, Jack Bryant and James "Bones" 
Morgan the Hawks compiled a respectable regu- 
lar season record of 20-0. Assisting the starters 
were the country's top three substitutes Levi 
Fontaine, Robert Kearney and Mel "Mellow" 
Fowlkes, respectively. All capable of starting 
for any team. 

Coached by Joe Robinson, a highly respected 
coach on the local and national scene, the 
Hawks' pressure defensed their opponents and 
ran a fast, exciting offense. 

Coach Robinson and players worked hard 
and diligently drilling on fundamentals and pol- 
ishing skills. 



Morgan, Jack Bryant, Levi Fontaine, Tyrone Johnson. No 
picture: Renard Pitts, Kim Hall. 

Victory was sweet for he Hawks but when 
defeat came it was bitter. Finishing the season 
with a 27-2 record was great, but our Hawks 
strived for perfection. The defeats were to 
Winston-Salem in the final round of the CIAA 
tournament and to Eastern New Mexico in the 
quarter finals of the NAIA. 

Accomphshments were numerous for the 
Hawks. They were: Visitation Champs (North- 
ern Division) CIAA, Runners-up for the CIAA 
conference tournament. District 19 Champs 
NAIA, quarter-finalists in the National College 
Tournament and rated No. 1 in small colleges by 
the Associated Press. 

Coach Robinson and all the players deserve 
a hearty salute and lots of credit for a job well 
done. By the way, good luck seniors JakekFord, 
James Morgan, Thomas Stewart and Levi Fon- 
taine. 



Reggie prepares to take defender in. 




Tommy Stewart goes high for two. 



Mellow Mel maneuvers magnificeiitlv. 





Kearney goes for twi 



Coach Robinson and Jake Ford in a tense 
moment. 



GLORIA 
THOMPSON 



and 



HARMON 
MARSHALL 




INTRODUCE SENIORS 




LAWRENCE T. ACKER 
Sociology — French 
Fniilliall Ti-am, Student Council(President). 
SpliiTix (Auh. 



MACK ALSTON 
Business 
Football Team, Block "M" Club. Phi Beta 
Lambda, Men's Senate. 



WILLIAM ARMSTRONG 
Business 
Phi Beta Lambda. Men's Senate. 



JOSEPH L. BACON 

English — French 
A.F.R.O.T.C, (Squadron Commander), 
Y.M.C.A., (Secretary), French Club, Enjilish 
Club, (Vice-Pres.) 



DONALD BAKER 
Mathematics 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Beta Kappa Chi, 
,\lpha Kappa Mu, Who's Who in .American 
Universities and Colleges, Arnold Air Soci- 
ety, Science Club, Student Council. 



LINDA DARNELL BASKERVILLE 
Physical Education 
Colony of Gamma Sigma Sigma. Y.W.C.A.. 
Physical Education Club, Basketball Team, 
\oiley Ball Team, Tennis Team. Women's 
Council. 



ANTOINETTE E. BENNETT 

Sociology — English 

Gamma Sigma Sigma. Student Council, 

B.A.M., Executive Member of Women's 

Council, Alpha Kappa Alpha. 



CHARLES ALBERT BLACKWELL 
Agriculture Education 
Future Agriculturalists of America, Men's 
Senate. Intramural Sports. 



ELLISON LEE BROCK 

Mathematics 
Alpha Phi Alpha, Y.M.C.A., (President), 
Betta Kappa Chi. French Club. Chess Club. 
Men's Senate, Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities. 



LARRY FRANCIS BROOKS 
Mathematics 
Alpha Phi Alpha, Beta Kappa Chi, Men's 
Senate, N.A.A.C.P., Science Club, Panhel- 
lenic Council, Chess Club, Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities. 



CAROLYN LAVERNE BRUCE 
English — German 
Marching Band, Angel FHght, Delta Sigma 
Theta, Wesley Foundation, Science Club. 
English Club, Women's Council.Panhellenic 
Council. 



RUDOLPH CARTER 
Industrial Arts Education 
Alpha Phi Omega, Industrial Arts Club, 
Y.M.C.A., Wesley Foundation. 





THOMAS ONEILL CEVIS 

Malhemalics 
Alpha Plii Alpha. Junior Class Vice-Pres. 
Presidfnl Men's Senate. (Representative). 
Administrative Council. Drill Team. (Com- 
mander). Baseball Team. Beta Kappa Chi. 
Wesley Foundation. Science Club. Fresh- 
man Counselor. Who's Who in .\merican 
Colleges and Universities. 



PATRICIA CLARK 
Home Economics 
Home Economics .Assistant. Angel Flight, 
Y.W.C.A., (President I. B.A.M.. Gamma Sig- 
ma Sigma, N.A.A.C.P. 



THOMAS COOKE 
Business 
Phi Beta Lambda. Men's Senate. 



CHARLES JEROME CUYJET 

History — English 
Track Team, French Club, English Club, 
History Club, B.A.M.. Panhellenic Council. 
(President). Omega Psi Phi. Ivy Sweetheart. 



ALICE ELAINE DAVIS 
Biological Science 
Zeta Phi Beta. Science Club, N.A.A.C.P., 
Women's Council, Panhellenic Council. 



JUANITA OPHELIA DAVIS 
Business Education 
Delta Sigma Thela (Sgl. At Arms), Student 
Council, Student Life, Phi Beta Lambda. 
Psramid Club, (Secretaryl, Miss R.O.T.C. 
"Miss Friendship" of Alpha Phi Omega, 
ami Alpha Phi Omega Queen- 



Ut^' 



WILLIAM DENNIS 
General Business 



CATHERINE DESHIELDS 

English — French 
Zeta Phi Beta. Archonian Club, English 
Club. French Club, PanheUenic Council, 
.Angel Flight, Women's Council. 



BARBARA EURE 
Art Education 
Delta Sigma Theta, (President), Women's 
CounciL N.A.A.C.P., .\rt Club, Yearbook 
Staff, Upward Bound Counselor, Art Curat- 
or, Time-Life Library of .^rt. National Con- 
ference of Artists. 



CLAUDINE FINCH 

English — French 

Delta Sigma Theta, English Club, Majorette, 

PanheUenic Council, French Club, Women's 

Council, Student Life, Miss Omega Psi Phi. 



KAYLEAN FINCH 

English — French 
English Club, French Club, Majorette, Miss 
Delta Sigma Theta, Delta Sigma Theta, 
Women's Council. 



BRENDA FLEMING 

General Business 
Angel Flight. Alpha Kappa .iMpha, (Secre- 
tary), PanheUenic Council, Women's Coun- 
cil, N.A.A.C.P,. Newman Club, Phi Beta 
Lambda, Ledger Staff. 





JAKE FORI) 
Physical Education — Biology 
Basketliall Team. "M"" Club. Physical Edu- 
cation Club. Science Club. N.A.I. A.. All- 
Anieri<-an. 



ALFREDA LORRAINE FOSTER 

Social Science — English 
Band. Head Majiirette. (;hurus. History 
Club. English Club. Gamma Sigma Sigma 
(Corresponding Secretaryl. Freshman Coun- 
selor, Miss Pi of Kappa .^Ipha Psi. 



BURLIE FRINK. JR. 

Sociology — English 
Alpha Phi Alpha. Men's Senate, History 
Club. Y.M.C.A.. Panhellenic Council. Chess 
Club. French Club, English Club. 



T^ RONE BENNETT GALLOWAY 
General Business 
Alpha Phi Alpha. Phi Beta Lambda. 
Y.M.C.A., Chess Club, "M" Club. Men's 
Senate. Intramural Sports, Dormitory Rep- 
resentative. 



CLIFFORD GREEN 

Biology 

Alpha Phi Omega. Fraternity. B.A.M.. 

N.A.A.C.P.. Canterbury Club, The N.J.'s. 

The Spades. 



HATTIE MAE GRIFFIN 
Delta Sigma Theta. Who's Who Among 
American Colleges and Universities, 
Y.W.C.A.. (Treasurer). (President). Volley 
Ball Team, English Club, French Club. 
Alpha Kappa Mu. Women's Council. (Presi- 
dent). 



DIANE HAMPTON 
Art Education 
MISS MARYLAND STATE, Miss Kappa 
Alpha Psi, Art Club. 



ERIC BERNARD HILL 

Physical Education — History 
Physical Education Club, History Club. 
A.A.H.P.E.R., World Health Club Organiza- 
tion. 



KENNETH RAY HINES 
Sociology — History 
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Student Coun- 
cil, (Vice-President), History Club, Men's 
Senate, Block "M" Club, Sweetheart of 
Alpha Kappa Alpha, Chess Club, Football 
Team, Intramural Sports. 



SHARON HOLLAND 

Mathematics 

Angel Flight, (Treasurer), Gamma Sigma 

Sigma, (Recording Secretary), Women's 

Council. 



RICHARD PHILLIP HOLMES 
Art Education — History 
N.C.A., Y.M.C.A., Art Club, History Club, 
Men's Senate. 



INGRID HULL 
Home Economics 





BERTINA HURLEY 
Business Education 
Delta Sifinia Thela, (Serretary). Student 
Ciiuncil. (Student at Larjie). Phi Beta Lamb- 
da, (Treasurer), Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities. Panhellenic 
Council, Senior Class Secretary. Underwood 
Typinf! Award. Alpha Phi Omega's Queen. 
Women's Council. 



GERALD IRONS 

Business Administration 

Student Council. Men's Senate, Kappa .41pha 

Psi. "M" Club. Football Team. (Captain) 

Y..\LC.A.. Phi Beta Lambda, 



GEORGE JACKSON 
Physical Education — Biology 
Alpha Phi Omega. "M" Club. Fo 
Team, Physical Education Club. 



GLORIA JOHNSON JEARLD 

Sociology — English 

French Club, Sociology Club. Pyramid Club, 

Women's Council, Sphinx Sweetheart. Miss 

Alpha Phi Alpha. Gamma Sigma Sigma. 



BARBARA JONES 

Social Science — French 
\^'omen's Council, Gamma Sigma Sig 
French Club, History Club. 



LAMONT JOHNSON 
General Business 
Phi Beta Lambda. Y,M.C.A.. Fo 
Trainer. Basketball Statistician. 



IRVIN "AG" JOSHUA 

Agriculture Education 
Phi Beta Sigma, Future Agriculturists of 
America, Men's Senate, Beta Kappa Chi, 
Panhellenic Council. 



PAUL KELLUM 
General Business 
Men's Senate, Phi Beta Lambda. 



WILLIE DEAN KIMBROW 

General Business 

Y.M.C.A., Men's Senate, Phi Beta Lambda. 



CHARLES EDWARD KINSLOW 
Mathematics 
Beta Kappa Chi, Sphinx Club, N.A.A.C.P., 
Men's Senate, Student Counselor, Science 
Club, French Club, Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities. 



JAMES JEROME LEWIS 

Physical Education — Art — Biology 

Physical Education Club, ScroUers Club, 

Art Club, Track Team, International Art 

Society, "M" Club. 



GEORGE LECOMPTE 

Music 
The Clefters,M.S.C. Band. 





REBECCA ANN LIVELY 

An Education 

Physical Education Clulj. \rl Clul). 

Wi.men's Council, Yearbook. N.A.A.C.R. 

Y.W.C.A. 



LEROY ROBERT MACK. JR. 

Agriculture 
Alpha Phi Omefia. Secretary ("aS-ey"). 
Chaplain C'eg-TO"), F.F.A. 



HARjMON LEE MARSHALL 

Sociology — English 
Administrative Council. Who"s Who .Amon^ 
Students in American Colleges and Universi- 
ties. Alpha Phi Alpha, Senior Class Presi- 
dent, Men's Senate, English Club. French 
Club, Guidance Committee. Freshman 
Counselor. 



LAVONNE MATTHEWS 
Sociology 
Colony of (iamnia Sigma Sigma National 
Sornritv, History Club. 



CARL MCINTYRE 

Agriculture 



CURTIS MCMEEKIN 
Business Education 
Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity. Y.M.C.A.. 
Phi Beta Lambda. Student Council. Men's 
Senate. Yearbook. B.A.M.. History Club. 
\il Club. N.A.A.C.P.. C.L'.B.I.S.. Wesley 
Foundation. 



JOSEPH LEWIS MOORE 
Sociology — History 
Lampados Club. French Club, Science Club, 
Y.M.C.A., R.O.T.C., President of Sopho- 
more Class. 



JAMES MORGAN 

History — Biology 
Vice-President of the "M" Club, Men's 
Senate, Basketball Team, 1970 AU-CIAA 
Selection, History Club, French Club, 
Y.M.C.A. 



JEMMIE ODOM 
Industriat Arts 
President of Alpha Phi Ome^a. Inc. Indus- 
trial Arts Club. Baseball Team, (Four Letter). 
Men's Senate, "M" Club. 



SHERWIN SYLVESTER PERKINS 

Physical Education — Biology 
Track Team, Block "M" Club, Physical 
Education Club, Intramural. 



DORETHA PHILLIPS 
General Business 
Women's Council, Phi Beta Lambda. The 
Ledger, N.A.A.C.P., Y.W.C.A. 



TERRY WAYNE PLATER 
Industriat Arts Education 
President of Industrial .4rts Club. 
Senate, Sphinx Club, Senior Class 
lain, Student Counselor. 



Men's 
Chap- 





VIRGINIA PORTER 

English — French 
French Club. Women's Cciuncil. Archimian 
Club, English Club. 



DANA BALDWIN REYNOLDS 
Building Construction — Drafting 
Men's Senate, Y.M.C.A. He is known as 
"Dana be sweet". 



AIRLEE RINGOLD 

Business Administration 
Alpha Kappa Alpha. Phi Beta Lambda. 



DAVID KYLE ROSE 
■^-=— Physical Education 

Physical Education Club, Science Club. 
Men's Senate. 



NORRIS ROLNDTREE 

Physical Education — Biology 
-> Football Team. Intramural, Men's Senate. 



DEBORAH JOYCE SAVAGE 

Business Education 

Who's Who Anion'; Students in Colleges and 

Universities. Phi Beta Lambda. Women's 

Council, Pyramid Club. 



DONALD SAMPSON 
Agriculture 



SCOTT FLETCHER 
Industrial Arts 



JOHNNIE MERRIEL SHOWELL 

Social Science — English 
Alpha Phi Omefia, History Club. French 
Club, Men's Senate. 



WILLIAM LEE SHOWELL 
Chemistry 
Science Club. (President). Men's Senate, 
French Club, Veteran's Club. 



CALVIN SIMMONS 
Building Construction 
Men's Senate, Y.M.C.A. 



DELPHINE MABEL STANLEY 
Business Education 
The Ledger Staff, Women's Council. Phi 
Beta Lambda. 





TYRONE CI.AliDE STITH 
English — French 
En^li-h Clul), Frenrh Club. Men"s Senate. 
Studenl Counselor. Band. Omef:a Psi Phi. 
(Basileus), Juninr Class, VieePres. Panhel- 
lenic Counril. Varsity Football. Intramural 
Football. Basketball. 



VERNON EUGENE STONER 
Physical Education — Biology 
Track (Captain). Football. Intramural. Phy- 
sical Education Club. Men's .Senate. (Presi- 
dent). Y.M.C.A.. N.A.A.C.P.. .Student Coun- 
cil, (Actin;; President), Vice-Pres., Senior 
Class Vice-Pres. "M" Club, Lampados Club. 
A.A.H.P.F.R. 



JOHN STUMP 
Physical Education — Biology 
Physical Education Club. Vice-Pres., 
Y..M.C.A.. N.A.A.C.P., A.A.H.P.E.R., Mary- 
land Biracial Committee. 



LUTHER STUMP 

Sociology — English 
Alpha Phi Alpha. Editor to Sphinx Maga- 
zine. Entilish Club. French Club. History 
Club. Men's Senate. 



PHILLIP SU(;GS 

General Business 
Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity. Phi Beta 
Lambda. Y.M.C.A., Men's Senate, Student 

Council. 



GLORIA THOMPSON 

Social Science — History 
Delta Sigma Thcta. Student Council. Miss 
Senior Class. 



RALPH RODNEY THOMAS 
General Business 
Alpha Phi Alpha, Fraternity Inc.. Y.M.C.A.. 
Men's Senate. Phi Beta Lambda. 



JOAN THOMAS 
Home Economics 



GLEN TURNER 

General Business 
.Alpha Phi Omega, Y.M.C.A., Men's Senate, 
Phi Beta Lambda. 



PAULETTE UPSHUR 
Sociology — Music 
Women's Council, The Clefters, Archonian's 
Club, Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- 
can Colleges and Universities. 



DOUGLAS WALLS 
Industrial Arts 
Industrial Arts Club. Men's Senate, On 
Psi Phi, Sophomore Class, Vice-Pres. 



JAMES M. WALLS 
Physical Education — Biology — History 
Physical Education Club, Men's Senate, 
"M" Club, B.A.M., Football Team, Director 
of Intramural Sports, Sphinx Club, A.A.H. 
P.E.R., Y.M.C.A., Yearbook Staff. 





RICHARD \^ ALLS 
Industrial Arts 



DWIGHT WATERS 
Agriculture 
Future Agriculturalists of America. Men"s 
Senate. 



ANTHONY THEODORE WATSON 
Business Administration 
-Alpha Phi Omega. Phi Beta Lambda. Base- 
ball Team, Men's Senate, Intramural Sports. 



THELMA MAE WATSON 
Art Education 
An Education Club. Delta Sigma Theta. 
Women's Council. 



WILLIA.M RUSSELL WASHINGTON 
Industrial Arts 
Omega Psi Phi. Industrial .\rts Club. Mary- 
land State .Marching Band, Sweetheart — 
Delta Sigma Theta. 



TYRONE MILLIARD WELLS 

Industrial Arts Education 

Industrial .■Vrts Club. Men's Senate, Senior 

Officer — Sergeant at .^rms. Lampodas Club, 

Baseball Team, Inlramurals. 



JOSEPH HOLDEN WILKINSON 
Industrial A rts Education 
Omega Psi Phi. Industrial Arts Club, 
Y.M.C.A., Men's Senate. Panhellenic Coun- 
cil, Cheerleaders Sweetheart. 



CHARLIE WILLIAMS 
Industrial A rts 
'M" Club, Football Team, Men's Senate. 



JOSEPH LARRY WILLIAMS 
Business Administration 
'M" Club, Football Team, Men's Senate. 



LAMONT WILLIAMS 

Physical Education 

Kappa Alpha Psi, Physical Education Club. 



THOMAS WILSON 
English 
Alpha Phi Alpha, EngUsh Club, Men's Sen- 
ate, Y.M.C.A., History Club, 



MICHAEL WAYNE WOODLAND 
English — History 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, English Club, 
History Club, Drama Club, Y.M.C.A., Men's 
Senate, Newman Club, French Club, 
B.A.M., N.A.A.C.P., Alpha Phi Omega. 





GEORCE \VK1(;HT 

Industrial Arts 
Men's .Senate. 'l.M.C.A.. Industrial Arts 
Clul). 



JOHN CLIFFORD WRIGHT 

Industrial Arts 
Alpha Phi Alpha. Industrial Arts. Men"s 
Senate. Y.M.C.A., Chess Club. Intramural 
Team. 





WARREN YOUNG 
Industrial Arts Education 
Lampodas Club. Men's Senate, 
Y.M.C.A. 



ROBERT CURTIS WRIGHT 
Biology — Cfiemistry 
Fiiiitbail Team. Alpha Phi ()mef;a, 
Kapjia Alpha I'si. Student (Council, 
Stiiilciil Life Ccimmittee. Men's Sen- 
ate. jiitraiiMjral r*rn;;ram. S<-ience 
Clul). 




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WONDERFUL 




WORLD OF 




SENIORS 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




Top to bottom: Vernon Stoner, Tyrone Wells, Brenda Fleming. Second Row: Terry Platter, John Wright and 
Harmon Marshall — Pres. 



BELINDA 
WILDY 



AND 



EDWARD 
SWANSON 




INTRODUCE JUNIORS 




Edith Aydlett 
Andrew Anderson 
Claudius Anderson 



Edward Bacon 
Donald Banks 
Michael Beard 



David Berry 
Barbara Booze 
John Borden 



Carole Boyce 
John Bradford 
Wendell Brady 



Barbara Brittinu^ham 
Janice Brown 
Billy Burgess 



Virginia Carter 
Edith Cooke 
Betty Corbin 



Barbara Cornish 
Marlene Custis 
Yvonne Craft 



Ernest Dates 
Alphonso Davis 
Melva Dempsey 



Cravifford Dennard 
Henrietta Deshields 
Robert Deshields 



Lerhman Dotson 
Evelyn Duckery 
Virgie Eaddy 





Warren Edwards 
Orvin Elliot 
Lutricia Elliot 



Arlene Foote 
Melvin Fowlke 
Pamela Gill 



Frederic Grant 
Ronnie Gray 
Ben Grimes 



Joyce Greene 
Walter Greene 
Mary Hawkins 



Irvin Hay 
Russell Haywood 
Samuel Henry 



Roberta Hicks 
James Hilliard III 
Edward Hines 



Donald Hooker 
Robert Hodge 
Ike Hemphill 



Joseph Jacobs 
Keiford Jackson 
Linda Jones 



Louis Jones 
John Jones 
Mary Jones 



Steve Jones 
Michael Johnson 
Robert Johnson 





EIroy King 
Harley Krause 
Rotan Lee 



Sandra Lee 
(ilenda Mack 
Robert Martin 



Orlando McElroy 
Veronica Merrill 
Walter Milton 



Joe Ann Mitchell 
Inez Newman 
Johnny Penn 



Renard Pitts 
Helen Proctor 
Ricardo Queen 



Charles Richardson 
Marvel Rochester 
Mary Seth 



Henry Shropshire 
Charles Steadman 
Wanda Stewart 



Edward Swanson 
Willie Sydnor 
Beverly Thomas 



Benjamin Titus 
Linda Victor 
Vera Washington 



Judy Whitset 
David Wilson 
Lucy Wright 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




Joanne Mitchell — Ass't. Secretary, Virginia Carter — Secretary, Joyce Green- 
Treasurer, Edward Swanson — President. (Not Pictured) Charles Richardson - 
Vice President. 



JACQUELYN ,^,^ DWIGHT 
GILL ^^^ MACK 




INTRODUCE SOPHOMORES 




Nancy Allen 
Carol Ann Ambush 
Charles Bailey 



Christopher Buckley 
James Coates 
Delores Cook 



Gladys Corbin 
James Cornish 
Yvonne Cotton 



Wayne Cropper 
Nelson Demby 
Ella Dickerson 



Angela Downing 
Archie Draper 
Tyrone Elliott 



Stewart Elzey 
Jerome Ennels 
Elnora Evans 



Karen Evans 
Francis Fischer 
Veronica Gerald 



Betty Gordon 
Rachel Graves 
Kathleen Harris 



McKinley Hays 
Isaac Hayward 
Gail Hemphill 



Sharon Hewitt 
Ellen Holbrook 
Michael Hoy 





Eric Herman 
Joanne Johnson 
Leslie Johnson 



Diane Lane 
Henry Lewis 
Dwight Mack 



Willard McCullough 
Linda Matthews 
Lloyd Mitten 



Leslie Mobray 
Diane Moore 
Jiinmie Mosley, Jr. 



William Nixon 
Maurice Norfleet 
Regina Oden 



Thomas Owens 
Sherwood Pender 
James Phillips 



William Roberts 
David Rowley 
Gerald Sewell 



Lannie Seymour 
Gwendolyn Short 
Raymond Showell 



Donald Smith 
Elizabeth Smith 
Randolph Smith 



Conrad Spence 
Marian Stanley 
Joseph Thomas 





Edwin Turner 
Clyde Vi hite 



Mary Whalen 
Vicky Williams 



Anthony Wheatley 
Harry Wimbush 



Gordon Wheatley 



SOPHOMORE 
CLASS OFFICERS 



Standing— Dwighl Mack — Pres., Veronica 
Gerald — Vice Pres. Sitting— Caro\ Ambush — 
Treas.. Lorna Til^hman — Sec. 




JOYCE 
JONES 



and 



FREDERICK 
KING 




INTRODUCE FRESHMAN 




( !an)lyn Alexander 
(irejiiirN Aiulerson 
Dehra Barber 
Pandora Barelav 



Joan Bivens 
CMiarles Boston 
Phyllis Bradford 
Cheryl Bradshaw 



Walter Brock 
Joanne Brockett 
Edward Carrington 
Deborah Church 



Donald Clanton 
Maxine Clark 
Darline Cornish 
William Cornish 



^ vonne Cousin 
Janice Davis 
Ray Davis 
Terry Day 



Donzell Dennis 
Dottie Deshields 
Terry Farrington 
Alma Green 



Louise Gross 
Frani< Harris 
Ernestine Hawkins 
Joseph Hayman 



Joanne Hicks 
Marry Ann Holland 
Nathaniel Hubbard 
Brenda Hughey 



Leland Jefferson 
Anthony Johnson 
Diane Johnson 
Hattie Jones 



Joyce Jones 
Kathy Jones 
Larry Jones 
Linda Jones 





Mark Junes 
Quinton Jones 
Frederic k Kinj; 
Tliiinias Knox 



Alfred Law 
Mary Leatlierbury 
\^ eldon Milbourne 
Dannv Miller 



Joan Morris 
Sandra Opher 
Gwen Parker 
Larrv Penn 



Debbie Purnell 
Margaret Pennell 
Wanda Perry 
Ronald Phillips 



Charles Reanion 
Reginald Reddick 
Katerina Reid 
W illiani Rite 



Jack Ridley 
Sandra Roberts 
Gloria Sampson 
Theodora Savajic 



Doreen Selby 
Carol Smith 
Francis Staples 
Cornell Taylor 



Delores Taylor 
Wanda Taylor 
Cynthia Thomas 
Sylvia Thomas 



Margaret Titus 
Wendy Tubman 
Maggie Vureen 
Valerie Ward 



Cheryl Waters 
Norman Weeks 
Connie Wolfry 
Verna Wolford 




FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 




Left to right: Carol Smith. Joyce Jones, Theodora Savage, 
Fred King— President, Verna Woolford, Gloria Sampson. 



ANNUAL 
FRESFIMAN 






BARBECUE ^y^f '}yi^)^■fm,|l^M^ 





FRESHMEN POSE FOR A 
GROUP PICTURE 



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SOME 13 

FRESHMEN 

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SENIOR DIRECTORY 



LAWRENCE ACKER 

14 Allendale Lane 
Greenville. S.C. 



HERBERT CORNISH 
R.F.D. #2 
Canibridse, Md. 21613 



TYRONE GALLOWAY 

Box 446 

Hanover. Md. 21076 



JOSEPH BACON 
200 Maryland Ave. 
Crisfield. Md. 21817 



CHARLES CUYJET 
P.O. Box 7422 
Philadelphia. Pa. 19101 



CLIFFORD GREEN 
88 W. Sunset Ave. 
Red Bank. N.J. 07701 



DONALD BAKER 

1240 Duke Lane 
Odenton. Md. 21113 



ALICE DAVIS 
R.F.D. #2 
Cambridge. Md. 



HATTIE GRIFFIN 
Route 2 Box 41 7A 
Berhn. Md. 21811 



LINDA BASKERVILLE 

1524 Eutaw Apt. 3 
Baltimore. Md. 



JUANITA DAVIS 

Rt. 1 Box 77 

Snow Hill, Md. 21863 



ERIC HILL 

17713 Norwood Rd. 

Montgomery County 



NOAH BECKETT 
P.O. Box 422 
Princess Anne, Md. 



BARBARA DELK 
131 "O" Ave. 
Riviera Beach, Florida 



KENNETH R. HINES 
15322 Sorrento 
Detroit, Mich. 48227 



ANTOINETTE BENNETT 

25 Percy Street 
Charleston. S.C. 



WILLIAM DENNIS 

251 Beckford Ave. 
Princess Anne. Md. 



SHARON HOLLAND 

201 N. Stokes St. 
Havre de Grace. Md. 



CHARLES BLACKWELL 
126 South Higgins Street 
Easton. Maryland 21601 



CATHERINE DESHIELDS 
Route 3 Box 386 A.A. 
Berlin. Md. 



RICHARD HOLMES 
535 N. Church St. 
Moorestown, N.J. 



ELLISON BROCK 
Chester. Md. 



BARBARA EURE 
Box 278 
Eastville, Va. 



BERTINA HURLEY 

Box 305 

Owings. Md. 20836 



LARRY BROOKS 
14 - 11th Ave. N.W. 
Baltimore. Md. 21061 



CLAUDINE FINCH 

631 N. Augusta Ave. 
Baltimore. Md. 



GERALD IRONS 

1532 W. 25 Ave. 
Gary, Indiana 46407 



CAROLYN BRUCE 
149 South Hilton St. 
Baltimore, Md. 



KAYLEAN FINCH 

631 N. Augusta Ave. 
Baltimore, Md. 



GEORGE JACKSON 
325 West (Jarfield Ave. 
Wildwood. N.J. 



JOAN BURSE 
Route 2. Box 380 E 
Severna Park. Md. 



LOUIS FINNEY 
702 Richmond Ave. 
Salisbury, Md. 



LAMONT JOHNSON 

300 Chesapeake Ave. 
Annapohs. Md. 21401 



RUDOLPH CARTER 
Rt. 1 Box 18 
Martinsville. Va. 



BRENDA FLEMING 

104 Wesley Ave. 
Baltimore, Md. 21613 



BARBARA JONES 
Route #1 Box 27 
Vienna, Md. 



THOMAS CEVIS 
Cedar Church Road 
Durington, Md. 



ALFREDA FOSTER 
Route #1 
Cambridge, Md. 21613 



IRVIN JOSHUA 

107 Carpenter St. 
St. Michaels, Md. 



PATRICIA CLARK 
7210 Booker Dr. 
Washington, D.C. 20027 



BURLIE FRINK 

48 Hanover St. 
Aberdeen, Md. 21001 



PAUL KELLUM 

109 South St. 
Easton, Md. 21601 



WILLIE KIMBROW 
5518 Wayne Ave. 
Baltimore, Md. 



NOLELIA PINCKENS 

202 Brooklyn Ave. 
Federalsbura, Md. 



LUTHER STUMP 
R.F.D. 1 Box 82 B 
ParkUngton, Md. 



CHARLES KINSLOW 
OUvet Rd., Box 95 
Tusley, Md. 20657 



TERRY PLATER 

Sunderland, Md. 
Calvert County 



PHILIP SUGGS 
P.O. Box 103 
Cheltenham, Md. 



JAMES LEWIS 
917 Elizabeth St. 
Havre de Grace, Md. 



MADONNA POLK 
Route 2 N Curlew Rd. 
Salisbury, Md. 



RALPH THOMAS 
Route 2 Box 291 
Annapolis, Md. 



REBECCA LIVELY 
R.F.D. #7 
Bridgeton, N.J. 



VIRGINIA PORTER 
Route Box 29A 

Westover, Md. 



GLENN TURNER 
7611 Suratts Rd. 
Clinton, Md. 20735 



BRUCE LOWAN 

233 North Jackson 
Wilmington, Delaware 



DANA REYNOLDS 
Route 3 Box 312 
Martinsville, Va. 



PAULETTE UPSHUR 
Box 273 

Nassawadox, Va. 



LEROY MACK 

Box 802 

La Plata, Md. 



VANGER RIGSBY 

Rt. 1 Box 72 
Pocomoke City, Md. 



WILLIAM VAUGHN 
4907 Challedon Rd. 
Baltimore, Md. 



HARMON MARSHALL 
1506 Brunt St. 
Baltimore, Md. 



DAVID ROSE 
Hammond St. 
Salisbury, Md. 



DOUGLAS WALLS 
146 County Rd. 
Mt. Olive, N.C. 



CURTIS MCMEEKIN 

222 N. Demison St. 
Baltimore, Md. 21229 



DEBORAH SAVAGE 

100 S. Courthouse Rd. 
Arlington, Va. 22204 



JAMES WALLS 
3754 Baldwin St. 
Detroit, Michigan 



JOSEPH MOORE 

11 Rosemary St. 
Annapolis, Md. 



JOHNNY SHOWELL 
Route 3 Box 185A 
Berlin, Md. 



ANTHONY WATSON 
Route 3 Box 263-B 
Brandywine, Md. 



JAMES MORGAN 

722 Johnson Ave. 
Norfolk, Va. 



WILLIAM SHOWELL 
Route 3 Box 149 
Berlin, Md. 



PEGGY WATSON 

Box 17 

Nelsonia, Va. 



JEMMIE ODOM 
1807 W. Lanvale St. 
Baltimore, Md. 



DELPHINE STANLEY 
Route 2 
Cambridge, Md. 



THELMA WATSON 
Makemie Park, Va. 



KAY OPHER 

928 Pine St. 
Cambridge, Md. 



TYRONE STITH 

119 S. Monastery Ave. 
Baltimore, Md. 



WILLIAM WASHINGTON 

Route 1 Box 15 
Indian Head, Md. 



SHERWIN PERKINS 
7155 Pine Hall Rd. 
Martinsville, Va. 



VERNON STONER 

239 N. Jonathan St. 
Hagerstown, Md. 



TYRONE WELLS 
2501 Sycamore Ave. 
Baltimore, Md. 



DORETHA PHILLIPS 
Route 1, Box 122 
Warton, Md. 



JOHN STUMP 
Rt. 1 Jenkins Apts. 
Salisbury, Md. 



DORETHA WHITTINGTON 

18 Somers Cove Apts. 
Crisfield, Md. 



JOSEPH WILKINSON MICHAEL WOODLAND ROBERT WRIGHT 

334 S. Franklintown Rd. 604 N. Arlington Ave. 15915 Talford Ave. 

Baltimore. Md. Baltimore. Md. 21217 Cleveland. Ohio 44128 

JOSEPH Vi ILLIAMS JOHN WRIGHT WARREN YOUNG 

659 E. 91st St. R.F.D. #1 506 Saunders Ave. 

Cleveland. Ohio 44108 Queenstown.,Md. Cambridge, Md. 

LA.MONT WILLIAMS 
1115 - 57th Place 
Chapel Oaks, Md. 20027 



If a man does not keep pace 
with his companions, per- 
haps it is because he hears a 
different drummer. Let him 
step to the music he hears, 
however measured or far 
away. 

Thoreau 



FAREWELL AND LUCK IN ALL 
YOUR ENDEAVORS . . . 

HAWK STAFF 



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